Adam Carron currently serves as Resident Agent in Charge (RAC) for the Coast Guard Investigative Service (CGIS) in Anchorage, AK. Carron enlisted in the United States Coast Guard (USCG) in 1997, and was assigned for sea duty aboard USCG Cutter SEDGE, a 180-foot sea going buoy tender home-ported in Homer, AK. From 2000 to 2005, Carron was assigned to maritime law enforcement and search & rescue operations in Lake Erie at USCG Station Marblehead, OH. During this time, Carron led multiple operations and initiatives involving federal, state, and local law enforcement agencies focusing on public safety and national security on the waters surrounding the Lake Erie Islands. In 2005, Carron assumed the duties of a special agent and was assigned to CGIS in New York, NY where he investigated a variety of criminal violations including crimes against children, narcotics, and environmental crime. In 2008, Carron transferred to CGIS in Detroit, MI where he served as a special agent and was later promoted to RAC, leading CGIS special agents executing investigations pertaining to fraud, assault, narcotics smuggling, false distress, environmental crimes, and violent crime, among others. Carron also served as a board member of the Eastern District of Michigan’s Organized Crime Drug Enforcement Task Force (OCDETF), approving complex narcotics investigations for regional designation. Since 2013, Carron has held assignment in Anchorage, AK where he has led and participated in a variety of CGIS and task force investigations involving homicide, narcotics, false distress, crimes against children, environmental crime, and OCDETF matters.